HOUSTON The 120-unit Joe's Crab Shack chain said Thursday that it was expanding its seafood-focused menu to include more salads and sandwiches. Joe’s Crab Shack Holdings Inc., which bought the chain from Landry’s Restaurants Inc. in November 2006, said the brand would also eliminate trans fats from its fare and adjust the prices and presentation of its crab dishes. In keeping with an emphasis of the concept’s beach theme, a press announcement said, several alcoholic drinks and ...

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